Tournament organizers Epic Esports Events and Beyond the Summit have expanded their media rights collaboration to broadcast Dota 2 championships in 2022. As part of the new agreement, the organizers will exchange media rights to broadcast all their tournaments.
Mark Averbukh, General Manager of Epic Esports Events:"We are delighted to expand our partnership with colleagues from Beyond the Summit and are confident that this collaboration will allow us to attract even more attention to the English-speaking audience."
RuHub will cover Beyond the Summit in Russian, while Beyond the Summit will broadcast Epic Esports Events in English, including the matches of the sixth season of the Dota 2 Champions League from January next year.
David Parker, Product Director at Beyond the Summit:“We are delighted to continue our partnership with EEE for Dota 2 tournaments in the coming year. event EEE and English-speaking fans of eSports! ".
Recall that earlier tournament organizers exchanged media rights for broadcasts within the Dota Pro Circuit 2021/22 series of tournaments for Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe. Beyond the Summit will broadcast the DPCs of Eastern Europe in English, while the Southeast Asia broadcast in Russian will be organized by RuHub.